Gimme a Break!

Season 5 Episode 4

The Man From Zoron

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Aired Unknown Oct 05, 1985 on NBC
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The Man From Zoron
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Joey is saved from being hit by a bus by a man who claims he's from the planet Zoron, and that on Zoron, they don't have last names, and is known as "Cute Dave". Nell then spends the rest of the time he's there, trying to trick him into admitting he's not really from outer space.moreless

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    Joey Lawrence

    Joey Lawrence

    Joey Donovan [ seasons 3-6 ]

    Howard Morton

    Howard Morton

    Officer Ralph Waldo Simpson [ seasons 2-5; episodes 113-114 ]

    Lauri Hendler

    Lauri Hendler

    Julie Kanisky Maxwell [ seasons 1-5; episodes 113-114 ]

    Nell Carter

    Nell Carter

    Nellie Ruth "Nell" Harper

    Jonathan Silverman

    Jonathan Silverman

    Johnathan Maxwell [ seasons 4-5; episodes 113-114 ]

    Kari Michaelson

    Kari Michaelson

    Katie Kanisky [ seasons 1-5; episodes 113-114 ]

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    • QUOTES (1)

      • Joey: Hey Katie, come meet my new best pal, Dave. He's an alien.
        Katie: Oh, an alien. Buenos Dias.
        Julie: Katie and Dave should get along great.

    • NOTES (2)

      • Lara Jill Miller did not appear in this episode. Also, Jonathan Silverman doesn't appear in the syndicated version of this episode (evidently his scenes were cut, since he's not normally credited when he doesn't appear)

      • As of this episode, the regular tune to "Ready For Anything", changes somewhat. The background music becomes like a symphony type violin playing, unlike the electric piano type music that was used in the past 2 seasons, and the backup singers say "Gimme A Break" in a squeakier voice.

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